Positions Rank at Justice and Solicitor General

Total result: 847

SALARY NAME Position
$184,027.00 paid in 2015 Nadine Nesbitt Justice Legal Counsel 4
Justice and Solicitor General
$183,579.00 paid in 2015 Shelley Bykewich Asst. Chief Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$183,579.00 paid in 2015 Carole Godfrey Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$183,551.00 paid in 2015 Rebecca Veinott Legislative Counsel
Justice and Solicitor General
$183,551.00 paid in 2015 Nancy Anne McCurdy Barrister and Solicitor
Justice and Solicitor General
$183,551.00 paid in 2015 Kim Berlin Barrister and Solicitor
Justice and Solicitor General
$183,415.00 paid in 2015 Susan Waywood Barrister and Solicitor
Justice and Solicitor General
$183,410.00 paid in 2015 Lisa Hynes Legal Counsel
Justice and Solicitor General
$183,410.00 paid in 2015 Richard B. Bruyer Legal Counsel
Justice and Solicitor General
$183,410.00 paid in 2015 Bobbi Jo McDevitt Case Management Officer
Justice and Solicitor General
$183,238.00 paid in 2015 Lori Mattis Legal Officer
Justice and Solicitor General
$183,238.00 paid in 2015 Bradley Kring Legal Counsel
Justice and Solicitor General
$182,444.00 paid in 2015 Laurie Trahan Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$181,849.00 paid in 2015 Jane Fagnan Legal Counsel
Justice and Solicitor General
$181,637.00 paid in 2015 Karmen Masson Executive Director
Justice and Solicitor General
$181,101.00 paid in 2015 Hyatt Mograbee Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$180,414.00 paid in 2015 Stephen Bull Exec Director, AFRRCS Project
Justice and Solicitor General
$179,322.00 paid in 2015 Todd Nahirnik Barrister and Solicitor
Justice and Solicitor General
$179,321.00 paid in 2015 Brendan Gaunt Crown Prosecutor
Justice and Solicitor General
$179,102.00 paid in 2015 Marvin Bloos Executive Legal Counsel
Justice and Solicitor General
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